Modern Light Flower

Modern Light Flower

Inspired by the elegant shape of a flower’s petals, the PETAL lamp is a minimalist take on the curved, open form that reveals a bright LED at its center. Bright light radiates from the bottom upward through a frosted glass piece and aluminum sheet which effectively disperse ambient light evenly throughout the living environment. It’s an ultramodern design with classic inspiration!

0 Designer: Matej Korytar

Bright lights for projector-friendly bike lovers

Bright lights for projector-friendly bike lovers

It’s time to get in the laser-projector zone with none other than a design by the name of “Bike Zone”, complete with red beams for signaling. If you want to turn left, this beast of a light shines several arrow-looking symbols down at the ground to the left – the same is true of the right – imagine that! The only ones we worry for now are the squirrels – watch your eyes, guys!

0 Designers: Frank Guo, Hung Wang, and Sturt Morrow

Poplar Pendants

Poplar Pendants

Schneid Enlightenment has hit the nail on the head with their first attempt at in-house design and manufacturing. This unique series of pendant lamps applies thin poplar pieces to organic shapes to create a natural-feeling, warm, ambient light as well as a structurally interesting room element.

0 Designer: Schneid Enlightenment

Psychedelic Jelly

Psychedelic Jelly

This modern pendant lamp, named Medusa, was inspired by the majestic jellyfish and mimics its elegant form and colorful fluorescence. Similar to the way the tissue of the jellyfish disperses light, the Medusa lamp creates a vibrant, directional glow from within its bell-shaped shade. Colorful translucent strands, visible only when looking into the shade, allude to tentacles and create a filtering effect with a spectrum of light intensities and magenta tones.

0 Designer: Marko Vučković

The World's Smallest Recessed Light!

The World’s Smallest Recessed Light!

The 1PUCK LP! The whole idea behind landscape and recessed lights was to hide them, right?! Well, most in use are still large and unsightly – except this amazingly miniature design. Barely the diameter of a US half-dollar, but as powerful as standard lights, the 1PUCK makes lighting subtly a cinch. Embed it in the floor, hide it in the walls or mount it on the ceiling for directed light that won’t intrude on your aesthetic. Get it here!

0 Designer: MINIMIS

Lighting Exposed

Lighting Exposed

The Surfaces lamp is unlike any other in that it doesn’t hide its construction or wiring. Instead, it flaunts it! Similar to how you’d hang a picture frame, the minimal, lightweight design can be attached to a wall simply by hanging it on a nail or screw, making it easily moveable. Hang it, plug it, tap it, and go!

0 Designer: Joris Bonnesoeur

Solar Jelly!

Solar Jelly!

The Jellyfish Light is a one-of-a-kind lighting design makes clever use of materials and utilizes suction and solar technologies to provide lighting just about anywhere. Inspired by the shape of the gooey creature, the silicon structure can be pressed on any smooth surface to create an internal vacuum that suctions in place. Solar panels collect energy from the sun so there are no batteries to worry about. Place it on the window to charge during the day and turn it on to see at night!

0 Designer: Ryan Jongwoo Choi

Less is More Lighting

Less is More Lighting

This minimal upright lamp concept, called the LED Uplighter, takes inspiration from historic design icons like Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise and Citroën’s unique one-spoke steering wheel. The design features two powerful, separate LED lights, one facing up and one down, with separate dimming controls that allows for total control over the ambience by simply adjusting its two intuitive touch buttons. Reduction in form, but not in functionality!

0 Designer: Claesson Koivisto Rune

Kokeshi Inspired Lamp

Kokeshi Inspired Lamp

My recent trip to Japan re-energized my creative energies. The land of the rising sun epitomizes the dichotomy of the kind of design I favor; the whimsical and minimal. The clean design aesthetic you normally associate with Scandinavia is mixed with tradition in a way that’s uniquely Japanese. The Doll lamp by Foscarini reminds me of this confluence. Inspired by Japanese kokeshi dolls, the Doll lamp is minimalist in the strictest sense besides coming in four colors (red, green, ivory, grey). The kind of whimsical minimalism I was talking about.

0 Designer: Foscarini

Everyday Is A Sun Day

Everyday Is A Sun Day

The law of attraction states that whatever vibrations you send out, the universe reciprocates by sending back similar-vibration experiences. Which is why if you start your day with a bright new thought or a gifting smile, then your entire day goes ahead as planned and full of fun. The Sun Rising Lamp is an ode to this sentiment. Why wait for the New Year sunrise to make your resolutions? Look at the Sun Rising Lamp as your daily dose of insightful inspiration.

0 Designer: h220430

Twist On The Task Light

Twist On The Task Light

Love me some good task lighting y’all. The trends may be LED’s but few do anything about the harsh lights those little diodes put out. The Leva task lamp by architect Massimo los Ghini uses an unconventional diffuser mape of opal white poly. The light is softly distributed but you still get a sense of those diodes as glowing orbs. The lamp structure itself is finished in gorgeous beech wood with steel components. Combine all that with an articulating arm and you’ve got one sexy ass task lamp.

0 Designer: Massimo los Ghini for ITRE

Hand-made wooden lamp gets LED finesse

Hand-made wooden lamp gets LED finesse

The design you’re about to look at goes by none other than the name “BOB”, and has one intention: to make you forget about how lovely it is with its simple “it just works” design sensibilities. This device works with LED bulbs, connects with one small black cord, and is made almost entirely of hand-made elements.

0 Designer: Shpelyk Roman

Tentacled Lamp

Tentacled Lamp

The nightstand and lamp are bedside staples, so why not combine the two? The Medusa bedside lamp offers a perfect diffused glow for reading and a surface under and above the shade for resting small objects like a phone or a glass of water. The unique form was inspired by the jellyfish of the same name and features three supports like modern, elegant tentacles.

0 Designer: Mikhail Belyaev